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Managerial economics is a discipline that is designed to provide a solid foundation of economic understanding in order for business managers to make well-informed and well-analyzed managerial decisions.
While managerial economics is helpful in making optimal decisions, one should be aware that it only describes the predictable economic consequences of a managerial decision.
Managerial decisions both in the short run and in the long run are partly shaped by the market structure relevant to the firm.
www.referenceforbusiness.com /encyclopedia/Man-Mix/Managerial-Economics.html   (6804 words)

 Management economics / Economics - Economy-point.org
The management economics (BWL; in Switzerland operating economics) is often a subsection of the economic science and thus in broader sense a special form of the social, culture and Geisteswissenschaften.
Like the economic science it is based in principle on the fact that most goods are limited and must by the participants be managed.
The study of the management economics at a nationally recognized vocational academy ends with the conclusion as (diploma) operation manager (BA), whereby the conclusion is not an academic degree.
www.economy-point.org /management-economics   (776 words)

 COB Managerial Economics Emphasis
The important thing to understand about finding a job with an economics degree is that employers are less interested in whether you have a specific skill, like being able to find the intersection of the supply and demand curve, than they are in the package of skills that people with economics degrees have.
Economics students also learn how to figure out what the right questions to ask are about business situations, solve problems, work with numbers, and a variety of other skills.
Economics majors can also apply for entry level positions in business as long as there isn’t a specific requirement to know marketing or some other skill which an economics major without a dual major might not learn.
www.usu.edu /cob/degreesmajors/econmanagerial.cfm   (872 words)

 Wiley::Managerial and Decision Economics
Managerial and Decision Economics will publish articles applying economic reasoning to managerial decision-making and management strategy.Management strategy concerns practical decisions that managers face about how to compete, how to succeed, and how to organize to achieve their goals.
Compared to other journals in economics, the focus of this journal is more normative than positive and the viewpoint is focused on managerial efficiency and firm profitability rather than on social welfare.
Economics may be used to explain the existence and structure of organizations.
eu.wiley.com /WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-MDE.html   (580 words)

 Managerial Economics - Cambridge University Press   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Chapter 1 is therefore concerned with explaining why managerial economics is important and useful as an area of study, how it relates to other disciplines, what its core areas are, and the methods of analysis which it uses.
The main branch of economic theory with which managerial economics is related is microeconomics, which deals essentially with how markets work and interactions between the various components of the economy.
There is one main difference between the emphasis of microeconomics and that of managerial economics: the former tends to be descriptive, explaining how markets work and what firms do in practice, while the latter is often prescriptive, stating what firms should do, in order to reach certain objectives.
www.cambridge.org /catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=0521526256&ss=exc   (3391 words)

  Infostat, cargo-cult science and the policy sausage-machine
Managerial influence on the NHS was initially dependent upon various crude threats (resource cutbacks, closures, sacking etc.) and the personal qualities of the manager.
Since managerial authority was not backed up by any convincing expertise, and because solidarity among managers was undermined by short term contracts and competition among themselves, there was a desperate search for a technique of management that would reliably impress clinicians and politicians alike, between whom managers were uncomfortably sandwiched in the NHS hierarchy.
The numerous political pressures and managerial judgments are shielded from critique by an elaborate facade of pseudo-evidence and quasi-mathematical impartiality.
www.hedweb.com /bgcharlton/cargocult.html   (8014 words)

 Eco 302 - Managerial economics
Managerial economics is concerned with the application of economic concepts and principles to managerial decision making problems.
Managerial Economics is the application of economic theory and methodology to managerial decision making problems within various organizational settings such as a firm or a government agency.
Managerial economics is an applied quantitative course in which managerial problems are studied and analyzed (and in many cases solved) in the context of microeconomic models.
www.oswego.edu /~atri/eco302.html   (1152 words)

 Rudolf Winter-Ebmer, Department of Economics
Managerial Economics hat sich in den USA als eigenes Lehrprogramm entwickelt, mit dem Ziel, einfache Erkenntnisse der Mikroökonomik auf das Verhalten von Managern und Firmen anzuwenden.
The course in Managerial Economics will give a short introduction into economic topics which are important for business students and applied economists.
Economic principles can so assist in focussing and organizing ideas, to explain real world behaviour and to make well-informed decisions.
www.econ.jku.at /Winter/managerial_economics_ws0405.htm   (433 words)

 Managerial Economics - Book Information
Presenting the essentials of managerial economics in an accessible style, this book uniquely integrates the discipline to other managerial functions -- including accounting, finance, human resource management, and marketing.
Each chapter is centered around a real world business case study and develops this issue's relevant managerial economics principles in a straightforward manner.
Managerial Economics is supported by an instructor's manual and on-line resources for students and instructors visit: www.comp.nus.edu.sg/~ipng/mecon.htm and www.flwellpublishing.com/png
www.blackwellpublishing.com /book.asp?ref=0631225250&site=1   (247 words)

A common approach is to treat Managerial Economics as a microeconomics course that emphasizes business applications.
Industrial structure, different competitive strategies, the economic content of "core competencies," and business location theory are commonly treated as well.
The economics of corporate management and labor incentives are commonly treated, typically at a sophisticated level in more modern versions of the field.
carbon.cudenver.edu /public/economics/smpe/WhyEconomics/managerial_economics.htm   (144 words)

 Managerial Economics : Bentley
The managerial economics major allows students to gain a solid foundation in economics and combine this knowledge with another business discipline by concentration in that business discipline.
Managerial economics majors can deepen their understanding of a business area that is provided by the business core by concentrating in that area.
The ability to select a business concentration area within the major gives managerial economics majors the flexibility to tailor their major to meet their individual interests and needs.
www.bentley.edu /ugcatalogue/programs/managerial_economics.cfm   (268 words)

 CeFiMS - Individual Professional Courses - Managerial Economics
Managerial Economics aims to present the main ideas and analytical tools in microeconomics and in managerial economics.
The course starts by discussing the methods of microeconomic analysis and of managerial economics and their relevance for financial economics and management.
The course then presents some modern developments in managerial economics, which are based on the idea that firms and agents have only an imperfect knowledge of their competitors or of other agents.
www.globaldegree.org /IPC_ManagerialEconomics.htm   (1370 words)

 Managerial Economics (Southern University)
To be aware of, understand and appreciate environmental concerns of all economic issues or problems, and environmental justice.
Apply important tools of economic analysis to analyze and solve various problems, especially complex public policy problems involving questions of economic efficiency, equity and environmental impact.
Economic Fluctuations; previous and recent worldwide recessions and depressions; great depression of the thirties; global interdependence; international transmissions of depressions; Aggregate Demand and Aggregate supply; classical and Keynesian theories; Economic Policy; Controversies; Environmental and International concerns and implications; Applications; cases; etc.
itw.sewanee.edu /EES/new_page_19.htm   (1471 words)

 Managerial Economics
The managerial economics major at UC Davis goes beyond the limits of traditional economics and business majors, blending a thorough grounding in economic theory with business knowledge and applications.
You will specialize in at least one of three options: managerial economics, which focuses on evaluating, financing and managing business activities; environmental and resource economics, which focuses on issues related to use of resources and environmental quality; or agricultural economics, which focuses on the business aspects of producing and marketing foods and fibers.
Managerial economics majors from UC Davis have entered careers in every area of business and industry, including marketing, analysis, consulting and financial service.
admissions.ucdavis.edu /academics/major_view.cfm?major=apme   (318 words)

 Managerial Economics
No two economic systems are exactly the same, and so what works best in the United States for a company might not fly so well, say, in Romania, where different regulations can determine the way a company conducts business.
As a Managerial Economics major your job will be to analyze those contexts, to figure out how policy decisions made by governments affect your company or business.
From economic forecasts (which are occasionally worse that your local weather man), to decision making, to policy analysis, a major in Managerial Economics is a great way to enter the business world and quickly climb to the top of that corporate ladder.
www.princetonreview.com /college/research/majors/majorBasics.asp?majorID=162   (180 words)

 OUP : Higher Education - Managerial Economics
Managerial Economics details the concepts and techniques used in microeconomic theory and study key applications to business decision-making in organizations.
Managerial Economics is a comprehensive textbook specially designed to meet the need of management students, It explore the core concepts of managerial economics and spplements them with relevant managerial examples, caselets, and detailed case studies.
Beginning with an overview of managerial economics, the book discusses in detail the household and the consumer, demand analysis, demand estimation and forecasting techniques, the firm as a producer, the production function, and costs.
www.oup.co.in /search_detail.php?id=141994   (388 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Managerial Economics & Business Strategy + Data Disk: With Data Disk: Books: Michael Baye   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Baye is one of the most successful managerial economics textbooks.
Baye is known for its balanced coverage of traditional and modern topics, and the fifth edition continues to offer the diverse managerial economics marketplace a flexible and up-to-date textbook.
Baye offers coverage of both the basic concepts of managerial economics as well as frontier research in his chapter on advanced topics.
www.amazon.co.uk /Managerial-Economics-Business-Strategy-Data/dp/0071244212   (697 words)

 ECO 370: Managerial Economics, Syllabus
Prerequisites: Economics 130 or 180 and Economics 210.
Managerial economics concerns the decisions made within a firm.
By the end of the semester, it is expected that you will be adept at thinking about managerial problems, applying economic analysis to these problems, and using Excel to determine optimal solutions to such problems.
campus.lakeforest.edu /~lemke/econ370/syllabus.html   (1555 words)

 Managerial Economics - Cambridge University Press
This book will be invaluable to business and economics students at both undergraduate and graduate levels who have a basic training in calculus and quantitative methods.
Managerial economics, meaning the application of economic methods to the managerial decision-making process, is a fundamental part of any business or management course.
There is an emphasis on the interdisciplinary aspects of managerial economics; problems are addressed in all the main functional areas of marketing, finance, production and human resources.
www.cup.cam.ac.uk /catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=0521819938&ss=fro   (1701 words)

 CBS - Copenhagen Business School   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The purpose of the courses is to give the students a thorough understanding of managerial economics, how the company operates and why, and in an international setting, and to provide the students with the basis for describing, analysing and assessing general and specific problems which a company may face.
This is done by introducing the students to the managerial concepts which may be applied to the various types of decisions a company will take.
These concepts will be evolved through a number of economic models based on simplified assumptions and serves the purpose of giving the students an overview of various topics and their interdependence
www.cbs.dk /layout/set/print/cbs_international/international_students/prospective_exchange_students/undergraduate_courses/catalogue/undergraduate_courses/economics/spring/pol_pme2_managerial_economics_ii   (195 words)

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Details of the Managerial Economics Awareness and Terminology Certification are displayed below.
The Managerial Economics Awareness and Terminology Certification, tests important concepts and knowledge with regard to Managerial Economics.
This test assesses the knowledge regarding the various terms used in Managerial Economics.
www.expertrating.com /awareness-tests/Managerial-Economics-Awareness-Certification.asp   (387 words)

 Managerial Economics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
It provides a clear introduction to Managerial Economics for students who have no previous background in economic analysis and at the same time develops the analysis to a level that is appropriate for second or third year undergraduates or for postgraduate students who are taking the subject for the first time.
The text shows how economic analysis can be of relevance to business decision-making without making pretentious and unjustified claims for its practical application.
As the boundaries between economic analysis and other business disciplines have become blurred, and as economics has made an increasing contribution to the study of marketing and business strategy, so it becomes possible to link the different subjects.
www.businesstitles.com /cat/management/mana6281.htm   (287 words)

 Business Economics Concentration for CBA
Economics is a challenging discipline that offers students a clear and concise way of analyzing a wide variety of issues in economics and business.
Many law schools believe that economics provides an excellent preparation for the study of law; economics takes a logical, ordered approach to problems and also introduces the student to concepts and issues, e.g., government regulation, corporation finance, business concentration, which are presented in a number of courses in law school.
(Economics majors have five economics electives.) One could have the benefits of a pre-professional program (the CBA core) with the strengths of a liberal arts degree in economics.
www.fordham.edu /academics/programs_at_fordham_/economics/business_economics_c_9586.asp   (716 words)

 Managerial Economics: Ivan Png
Managerial Economics develops simple, practical tools and concepts for business students as well as practical managers.
Written in simple, accessible style, the text-book presents the essentials of managerial economics.
Managerial Economics teaches students how to make better business decisions, not how to build models.
www.comp.nus.edu.sg /~ipng/ap.htm   (287 words)

 Doctoral Program, Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences Department
The Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences Department offers two programs of study at the doctoral level: Managerial Economics and Strategy and Operations Management.
Both programs address managerial decision making by individuals and firms that are strongly rooted within economic environments.
However, it is the tools and methods used and the approach to economic problems that distinguishes the research conducted in each program.
www.kellogg.northwestern.edu /meds/doctoral/index.htm   (226 words)

No Economics classes may be used for the Bac Core.
Total credits of 180, at least 60 of which must be upper division (300 or 400 level).
GPA Requirement: A 2.00 average in all Economics courses taken, as well as a C or better in each upper division required course (ECON 311, ECON 315, ST 351, ECON 424, ECON 428 or Econ 463 and ECON 462).
oregonstate.edu /dept/econ/undergrad/econ_managerial_option.htm   (537 words)

 Stonehill College Economics
It recognizes that economic theory, in traditional Economics programs, is not likely to be applied to the type of study that explores the boundaries between Economics and particular management issues.
The major, although heavily dependent on the Economics curriculum is interdisciplinary, employing core courses in the areas of Accounting, Mathematics, Computer Science, Management, and Finance.
It enables students to pursue managerial training in a liberal arts setting while providing an outstanding foundation for those students who may be interested in pursuing graduate studies in management, law, and public policy.
www.stonehill.edu /economics/managerialecon.htm   (173 words)

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